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Topic: Analytic vs. Synthetic Geometry
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Re: Analytic vs. Synthetic Geometry
Posted: Sep 5, 2013 9:42 AM
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I found some discussion via google search that confused me heavily. Can someone please help?


The original poster claimed it would be messy to prove classical euclidean geometry theorems in the modern framework, and this fellow responded with a vectors proof of an example theorem. Why would someone need to do this?

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